The papists strength, principles, and doctrines

Publication Date1658
Remainder(which they are sworn to preach, from the Conncel [sic] of Trent, by the Popes authority, and after confirmed by the last General Assembly at Rouen, 1571. All which they have sworn to perform) answered and confuted. Furthermore their principles and doctrines answered and confuted, as they were laid down in two or three severall papers, by R.W. papist, ... Also a challenge to the pope and all his adherents ... to try their bread and wine, after consecration (by watching on their side and on our side) to prove that if afterward they have consecrated it, whether the bread and wine doth not loose its taste and savour, and so not the body and blood of Christ. Also a paper to all them that fast and afflict themselves who are in the will-worship and voluntary humility. Also some quśries to all the papists upon earth to be answered in writing and sent to them, which all sects upon the earth call Quakers. By George Fox
Extent[2], 99, [1] p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for T. Simmons, at the Bull and Mouth neer Aldersgate

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